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American Honda Motor is showing off a humanoid robot that can climb stairs, run 4 miles per hour and may someday help care for the elderly and disabled.
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Corporate software users are losing patience over complicated licensing and pricing schemes, maintaining that they do not fit their business goals, according to the recently released results of a Forrester Research Inc. survey.
Trying to cement its place as one of the top players in the digital SLR market, Sony has released two new models to accompany the recently launched A700. Sitting at the middle and entry-level positions, the A350 and A200 will flesh out Sony's line-up...
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